A collection of rich essences from the 122 unique fragrant oils formulated in the original Kiehl Pharmacy. Choose from ten unisex fragrances like musk, amber, grapefruit or coriander. Each one comes packaged in a simple amber glass apothecary cylinder with a rollerball applicator—ideal for travel.
Ideal for the urban woodsman, this handy hatchet by Cold Steel is both durable tool and a handsome piece to have around the house. The handle is American hickory wood and the blade is dropped forged carbon steel.
Giant shave kits don't make sense when packing light and you can't keep using that plastic bag. This three-piece set neatly packs away essentials like your grooming gear, power cables and charges along with documents and mobile devices.
Made in Brooklyn from cold rolled steel and then plated in nickel, these hard-wearing shot cups are as rugged as they are elegant. If you'd prefer something more modern, they also come in a cool slate gray, wear-resistant, Teflon finish as well (yes, just like your frying pans). They're dishwasher safe and stack for easy storage.
Invented back in 1903 by a semi-pro baseball player, the Stormy Kromer is still lovingly made in America the old fashioned way—with six panels of high-end wool stitched together with a cotton lining for unmatched fit, warmth and comfort.
This handsome and handy kit packs all of your shaving essentials into one packable kit. It's also a great way to try out the Art of Shaving's products. Included in this kit: 1 fl oz. pre-shave oil pump, 1.7 fl oz. shaving cream pump, 1 fl oz. after-shave balm and a genuine badger shaving brush.
Cutlery makers Zwilling J.A. Henckels proudly brings precision engineering and quality craftsmanship to grooming gear with this kit that's effective, affordable and portable. Inside the leather case: precision cutting Nail clippers, scissors and a nail file. Perfect for stashing in your desk or dopp kit.
This old school shine box makes polishing your shoes a breeze. The well-crafted cedar box is sturdy and holds all of your shoe conditioning gear—something that guys tend to get more and more of as time goes by.
With industrial designer Dietrich Lubs' blessing, Braun is re-issuing its iconic timepieces. Dietrich designed this under the eye of legendary Dieter Rams, who advocated "less is more." Voice or clap activates the snooze button on this model, which also boasts a large pop-up switch with visible green stripe and readable dial. The German precision quartz movement is silent, but the alarm crescendos to a rather loud wake-up.